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Infantry, artillery, and warplanes during the D-Day invasion by Allies in Normandy, France during World War 2.
The D-Day assault on Normandy by the Allies, against Germany's conquest in World War 2. Troops of infantry, artillery and tanks, warplanes ready assembled in south of England for attack at Normandy in France on June 06, 1944. Supreme Commander General Dwight D. Eisenhower and British General Montgomery in discussion with each other. B-17 bombers on mission to Nazi bases. Soldiers move from warships to landing crafts, and land on the coast of Normandy under enemy fire. Parachute troops jump from aircraft landing behind enemy lines. Surrendered German soldiers march, guarded by Allied soldiers. From a June 13, 1963 newsreel recounting events years earlier. Location: Normandy France. Date: June 6, 1944.
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1944-06-06
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Keywords

DDay invasion
Normandy France
large military convoy
General Eisenhower
invasion of Normandy
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